Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Gluten Free Living for Beginners - Great Book

Wanted to let everyone know about Gluten Free living, I know it's an important topic for a lot of us as we seek to be as healthy as possible. I came acoss this new e-book on gluten free living and it's great: Gluten Free Living for Beginners

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Symptoms of Vitamind D Deficiency

It's that time of year here in the Northern Hemishpere when the days are getting shorter and the nights longer. Every year the topic of are you getting enough of the sunshine vitiman, of course I'm talking about vitamin D.

I just wanted to post here that we have a pretty good coverage of the the vitamin d deficency symptoms and what you can do to get more vitamin d in your body.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Nuclear Meltdown? The Facts and Health Implications

If you're concern at all about the Nuclear challenges facing us you need to read this post form the Xtend-Life Blog:

"Nuclear Meltdown? The Facts and Health Implications

28 March 2011

The devastation in Japan touches all of us.

With worsening conditions, an ever rising death toll - now 8,450 plus nearly 13,000 people missing - and little reliable information, rumour and panic blur the facts from the fiction.

The resulting fears expressed by many are “Will there really be a nuclear meltdown even worse than the 1986 Chernobyl disaster? If so, how do we prepare for it?”

This blog entry offers some perspective based on known facts about nuclear and radiation concerns, and then offers guidance about the health and well being consequences.

1. The facts

* Those living within 30 km of the stricken plants, especially the plant and emergency workers, are at high risk of radiation contamination. This risk reduces; the further away one is from the radiation source.
* Arnie Gundersen, a 29-year veteran of the nuclear industry notes that the most dangerous forms of radiation are from used rods stored at the Fukushima power station and containing iodine-131/134, strontium-90, and cesium-137.
* Small amounts of radiation exposure can have significant health consequences particularly for those already ill, elderly and/or with compromised immune systems.
* Any radiation plume will be.... read the rest here: Nuclear Meltdown? The Facts and Health Implications

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Taking Supplements

To start the new year off, I just posted January's newsletter titled Taking Supplements. Supplements can add many benefits to your health and well being.

Read this months newsletter here: Taking Supplements

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Zinc Supplements For Your Body

I just posted this months newsletter titled Zinc Supplements For Your Body.

Zinc supplements provide a much needed mineral that is needed by each and every cell in your body. The body is unable to produce zinc on it’s own, which is why we need to makes sure we eat enough food that contains the mineral, drink enough water, or use the proper supplements that will give our cells the zinc they need.

Zinc is very important, as it plays a crucial role with ... read the the rest here:
Zinc Supplements For Your Body

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Antioxidant Supplements

I've just posted October's newsletter titled: Antioxidant Supplements

A key ingredient to improving your lifestyle and living a healthy life is antioxidants. There are several antioxidant supplements out there that can help you live a healthy life, that are natural and won’t cause you any damage. You can also eat different types of food that contain antioxidants as well, although supplements... read the rest here:Antioxidant Supplements

A Lack of Vitamins

Read about the lack of vitamins on the September newsletter here: A Lack of Vitamins

Sunday, June 13, 2010

The Role Of Vitamin B3 Niacin

I just posted June's newsletter titled "The Role Of Vitamin B3 Niacin".

Vitamin B3 niacin is an essential vitamin for your body, and it is just one of the eight water soluble types of B vitamins. Nearly all of the B vitamin classes will help the body convert carbohydrates into sugar or glucose, which can then be burned to produce energy. Also known as.... continue reading here: The Role Of Vitamin B3 Niacin